A very rare early-teenage bottling by Sestante of the 1974 vintage from Glen Mhor, the now sadly defunct Speysider which may have contributed to its own downfall by having a name no-one knows how to pronounce (it's 'Glen Vorr', btw).
A Connoisseurs choice bottling of seldom seen Convalmore from Gordon & Macphail. Distilled in 1969, this was aged for 13 years putting its release date in the early 1980s, a few years before the distillery closed its doors for the last time in 1985.
A 13 year old whisky from Glenugie, closed in 1983 without any official bottlings being produced. Fortunately indies such as Cadenhead's got their hands on casks and have released bottlings such as this April 1978 distillation, bottled in March 1992 just before its 14th birthday.
A great old Bladnoch bottled by Cadenhead's. Distilled in September 1964 and bottled 13 years later in September 1977 after maturing in a sherry cask - highly rated by the Malt Maniacs with an average of 92 points.
A 1974 vintage Ardbeg from Gordon & Macphail, bottled in the 1980s under their Connoisseurs Choice label in its old brown livery - we think that this might be the first Connoisseurs Choice bottling of Ardbeg from this famous vintage.
A 13 year old Coleburn, which has been aged for 13 years prior to being bottled for independent bottlers Cadenhead's. Coleburn bottlings are rarely seen nowadays - the distillery was sadly closed by Diageo in 1985.